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Nectar Woode Shares New Single 'Nothing To Lose' From Debut EP



London-based singer-songwriter Nectar Woode, at the age of 24, has unleashed her latest single, 'Nothing To Lose,' the title track from her anticipated debut EP scheduled for release on February 23rd via Communion. With honeyed vocals taking center stage atop a hip-hop beat, Woode infuses the soulful, gospel tones she's renowned for, presenting an assured and grounded musical persona that solidifies her as an artist destined for significant achievements in 2024.

Accompanying the single is an official video, as Nectar describes it, "includes all of the amazing memories from last year, and the journey I’ve been on to get to this point!" Immerse yourself in the track and visuals through the provided links.


Both the title track and EP opener, 'Nothing To Lose,' stand as a definitive statement from Nectar. She explains, “Nothing To Lose is about when everything’s gone wrong and you’ve been hurt by life, and how to get yourself out of it. To ‘turn a new leaf’ is what I’ve learned through maturity, with the help of friends & family - they’ve taught me how to keep going when times are the toughest. This song is a note to self to keep going, no matter how hard life gets sometimes.”

Following the success of 'God Talks Back,' featured on Spotify’s RADAR: UK & IRELAND, [untitled], and Fresh Finds UK, Nectar Woode continues to garner support from notable platforms such as BBC Radio 1 (Jack Saunders, Jess Izsatt), BBC 6 Music (Giles Peterson, Craig Charles), Apple Music 1 (Zane Lowe, Elton John), BBC 1Xtra, The Guardian, DIY, Clash, and many more.


Nectar Woode developed her sound within the nurturing London community. Raised in Milton Keynes with a Ghanaian saxophonist father and an English artist/fashion cutter mother, she was immersed in a creative environment from a young age. Inspired by Erykah Badu and D’Angelo, her deep dive into their music during university led her to write her own material after moving to London. In this vibrant community, her jazz-infused sound flourished, shaping her into the artist she is today.



Her debut single from the EP, 'Good Vibrations,' co-written and produced with Bad Sounds (Arlo Parks, Rose Gray), radiates four minutes of pure positivity. Named Jack Saunders' 'Next Wave' on BBC Radio 1 Future Artists show, it received further support from Jess Iszatt, Elton John, and Zane Lowe. Nectar also hosted her Guest Hour on Foundation FM and graced a billboard in London’s Leicester Square after Spotify featured her on the cover of their Fresh Finds playlist.

As a live performer, Nectar Woode has honed her craft, supporting artists such as Isaac Gracie, Alice Phoebe Lou, November Ultra, and Sophie Faith. Her sold-out headline shows at The Lexington and The Slaughtered Lamb in London attest to her growing popularity. Don't miss her next London headline show at Omeara on March 14th, with more dates to be announced soon.


Catch Nectar Woode live on the following dates:

- 25th January - St Pancras Old Church, London (Abbie McCarthy’s Future Karma OTW 2024)

- 14th March - Omeara, London

- 18th March - Pop Du Label, Paris

- 18th August - Wild Fields Festival, Norfolk

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